delusion[ dih-loo-zhuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF delusion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DELUSION
The delusion has now vanished, and made room for sober reason and reflection.
You are no delusion—no mirage, but Rima, like no other being on earth.
There was, indeed, a resemblance in their size and persons, which favoured the delusion.
I hold Nature for Master in such matters, and the fancy of men for delusion.
"You appear to be laboring under some sort of delusion," he replied.
Well, I've never borne him an ounce of malice for his delusion.
I hope that she is under a delusion: it will be easy for you to undeceive her.
Hugh Ritson was content that Greta should think she had been the victim of a delusion.
Oh, I had never been under any delusion on that score, as I have shown you.
"That is the delusion proper to Pierrot," said Pantaloon, contemptuously.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DELUSION
- false move
- false step
- faux pas
- slip of tongue
- typographical error